応用スポーツ心理学<br>Applied Sport Psychology : A Case-Based Approach

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応用スポーツ心理学
Applied Sport Psychology : A Case-Based Approach

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 244 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780470725733
  • DDC分類 796.01

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Taking a refreshingly different approach to the subject, this new textbook uses original case studies of psychological support work with individual athletes and groups to illustrate the underlying theory and inform the reader of cutting edge practice in the field. It addresses 'real world' issues and helps the student understand the problems and challenges that the sport psychologist faces and is employed to resolve. The book begins by exploring the use of case studies as a professional method for disseminating applied knowledge and practice in sport psychology. The remaining chapters constitute the core of the book: the case studies themselves. Each case study demonstrates scientific rigour in reporting the background information, initial assessment, intervention and monitoring, evaluation of the intervention, and also considers consultant effectiveness through reflective practice. The chapters also contain summaries and an accompanying set of questions for students. Written by a team of experienced practitioners this book shows how sport psychology actually works in practice.As such it will prove invaluable to students of sport psychology in both sport and exercise science and psychology programmes. It will also be an extremely useful resource for coaches and sports professionals undergoing training in sport psychology.

Table of Contents

Series Preface                                     xiii
Preface xv
Authors' Biographies xvii
Acknowledgements xxi
Introuduction 1 (4)
Brian Hemmings
Tim Holder
The cognitive-behavioural approach 1 (1)
Types of assessments and interventions 2 (1)
Techniques and skills 2 (1)
Reflective practice 3 (2)
References 4 (1)
SECTION A Working with Individuals 5 (104)
Enhancing Self-Efficacy in Professional 7 (26)
Tennis: Intensive Work for Life on the Tour
Chris Harwood
Introduction/background information 7 (2)
Initial needs assessment 9 (5)
From identified needs into intervention 14 (1)
objectives
Interventions and monitoring 15 (10)
Evaluation of interventions 25 (2)
Evaluation of consultant 27 (2)
effectiveness/reflective practice
Summary 29 (4)
Questions for students 30 (1)
References 31 (2)
Managing Distractions in Test Cricket 33 (18)
Brian Hemmings
Introduction/background information 33 (1)
Initial needs assessment 34 (2)
Interventions and monitoring 36 (6)
Evaluation of interventions 42 (2)
Evaluation of consultant 44 (3)
effectiveness/reflective practice
Summary 47 (4)
Questions for students 48 (1)
References 48 (3)
Consultancy in the Ring: Psychological 51 (14)
Support to a World Champion Professional
Boxer
Andrew M. Lane
Introduction/background information 51 (1)
Initial needs assessment 52 (2)
Intervention and monitoring 54 (4)
Evaluation of intervention 58 (1)
Evaluation of consultant 59 (3)
effectiveness/reflective practice
Summary 62 (3)
Questions for students 63 (1)
References 63 (2)
Creating Positive Performance Beliefs: The 65 (24)
Case of a Tenpin Bowler
Caroline Marlow
Introduction/background information 65 (1)
Initial needs assessment 66 (3)
Interventions and monitoring 69 (11)
Evaluation of intervention 80 (2)
Evaluation of consultant 82 (3)
effectiveness/reflective practice
Summary 85 (4)
Questions for students 85 (1)
References 86 (3)
Enhancing Confidence in a Youth Golfer 89 (20)
Iain Greenlees
Introduction/background information 89 (1)
Initial needs assessment 90 (5)
Interventions and monitoring 95 (6)
Evaluation of interventions 101 (1)
Evaluation of consultant 102 (2)
effectiveness/reflective practice
Summary 104 (5)
Questions for students 105 (1)
References 105 (4)
SECTION B Working with Teams and Squads 109 (72)
Delivering Sport Psychology to Olympic 111 (28)
Rowers: Beyond Psychological Skills Training
Chris Shambrook
Introduction/background information 111 (2)
Initial needs assessment 113 (2)
Interventions and monitoring 115 (13)
Evaluation of interventions 128 (2)
Evaluation of consultant 130 (5)
effectiveness/reflective practice
Summary 135 (4)
Questions for students 136 (1)
References 137 (2)
Delivering Educational Workshops for 139 (22)
Age-Group Rugby League Players: Experiences
of a Trainee Sport Psychologist
Jenny Page
Introduction/background information 139 (1)
Initial needs assessment - season one 140 (1)
Intervention and monitoring - season one 141 (2)
Evaluation of intervention - season one 143 (4)
Needs assessment - season two 147 (2)
Intervention and monitoring - season two 149 (3)
Evaluation of intervention - season two 152 (4)
Summary 156 (5)
Questions for students 156 (1)
References 157 (4)
Team Goal Setting in Professional Football 161 (20)
Richard Thelwell
Introduction/background information 161 (1)
Initial needs assessment 162 (4)
Interventions and monitoring 166 (7)
Evaluation of intervention 173 (2)
Evaluation of consultant 175 (2)
effectiveness/reflective practice
Summary 177 (4)
Questions for students 177 (1)
References 178 (3)
SECTION C Working with Support Staff 181 (58)
Role Development and Delivery of Sport 183 (20)
Psychology at the Paralympic Games
Jonathan Katz
Introduction/background information 183 (3)
Assessing the requirements/needs of the 186 (4)
HQ role
Interventions and monitoring 190 (3)
Evaluation of interventions/role 193 (2)
Evaluation of consultant 195 (3)
effectiveness/reflective practice
Epilogue 198 (1)
Summary 199 (4)
Questions for students 199 (1)
References 200 (3)
An Integrated Multi-disciplinary Support 203 (20)
Service for an Injured Rubgy Union Lock
Sarah Cecil
Raphael Brandon
James Moore
Introduction/background information 203 (1)
Initial needs assessment 204 (3)
Interventions and monitoring 207 (6)
Evaluation of intervention 213 (2)
Evaluation of consultant 215 (4)
effectiveness/reflective practice
Summary 219 (4)
Questions for students 220 (1)
References 220 (3)
Developing Coach Education Materials in 223 (16)
Table Tennis - Applying a Cyclical Model of
Performance
Tim Holder
Introduction/background information 223 (4)
Initial needs assessment 227 (2)
Intervention and monitoring 229 (4)
Evaluation of intervention 233 (1)
Evaluation of consultant 234 (1)
effectiveness/reflective practice
Summary 235 (4)
Questions for students 236 (1)
References 236 (3)
Index 239